UPDATED: Kroger COVID-19 Update: Atlanta Division Extends Store And Fuel Center Hours, Includes Senior Shopping HoursKroger's Atlanta Division will extend store and fuel center hours and end the senior shopping hour effective May 24, 2020.
Kroger’s Atlanta Division Adding New Safety Measures for AssociatesKroger stores in Georgia, Eastern Alabama and South Carolina, are adding new safety measures to help protect associates, including mandatory facial mask requirements.
COVID-19 Response: Kroger, Workers Union Call On Leaders To Designate Grocery Workers As First RespondersKroger Chairman and CEO Rodney McMullen said designating the company's grocery workers as first responders would ensure they get the personal protective equipment needed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Relief: Kroger’s Atlanta Division Matches Tyler Perry's Donation for Seniors, At-Risk ShoppersKroger's Atlanta Division announced it has matched a donation given by Tyler Perry for senior and at-risk shoppers.
Tyler Perry Pays Grocery Tabs For Seniors At Atlanta Kroger StoresTyler Perry pays grocery tabs for senior and high risk shoppers at 44 Atlanta-area Kroger locations.
COVID-19: Kroger’s Atlanta Division Installs Clear Acrylic Shields at Registers, Social Distancing Floor DecalsTo help protect employees from the spread of the coronavirus, Kroger's Atlanta and other divisions are installing clear acrylic at the registers and "educational floor decals to promote social distancing."
Atlanta Grocery Stores: Plenty Of Food, But Where Is The Toilet Paper?Ask most grocery store managers or employees, and they’ll tell you they’re stocking the shelves as fast as they can. But when you look around, most would agree you see empty shelves, particularly where the paper goods, disinfectant spray and wipes and hand sanitizer would normally be.
Kroger Phasing Out Single-Use Plastic Bags In All Stores By 2025The nation’s largest grocery chain will be plastic-bag free at all of its nearly 2,800 stores by 2025.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Pre-Cut Melon Spreads60 people are ill and 31 have been hospitalized. If you’ve bought any pre-cut melon, you may want to toss it out.
Kroger Gives Away More Than $220,000 in Classroom Supplies